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1.1       david      12: 
1.21      rainking   13: <h2>Annozilla 0.3.5 Installation</h2>
1.12      matthew    14: <ul class="spaced">
1.19      matthew    15: <li>Firstly <a href="javascript:triggerURL('');">install the package</a>, now at version 0.3.5.
1.20      matthew    16: <li>Please then <b>restart your browser</b> and return to this page to continue
                     17: installation.
1.17      matthew    18: <li>If this is the first time you have installed Annozilla, make sure your
                     19: sidebar is visible, and go to this URL:
1.3       matthew    20: <pre>chrome://annozilla/content/addpanel.xul</pre>
                     21: This will add Annozilla to your sidebar panel.
1.15      matthew    22: <li>Now go to the preferences window (Edit -&gt; Preferences -&gt; Annozilla) and set the server, user name and password. Please note:
1.4       matthew    23: <ul>
                     24: <li>You will need to have an account with an annotation server.
                     25: To try the W3C test server, get an account at <a href=""></a>.
1.18      matthew    26: <li>The "Server" preference should be set to the URL of the annotation server. (For example, the W3C test server is at
1.4       matthew    27: <li><b>NB</b> when you request the body of an annotation, you will be asked for your user name and password again, this is because the body of the annotation is retrieved by a different mechanism. You can use Password Manager to remember the values here though.
1.5       matthew    28: <li>If you are using the W3C test server, then you can probably find some annotations attached to <a href="">the Annotea page</a>.
1.4       matthew    29: </ul>
1.7       matthew    30: <li>You can also configure:
                     31: <ul>
                     32: <li>whether the annotations, when you select them, appear in an area in the sidebar, or in a new browser window
1.10      matthew    33: <li>whether to (a) try to determine the text that the annotation applies to, and (b) insert an icon in the main browser window to indicate the annotation.
1.8       matthew    34: <li>whether to load annotation bodies in an area of the sidebar, or in a new window
1.7       matthew    35: </ul>
1.10      matthew    36: <li>For languages, the options are these:
                     37: <ul>
                     38: <li>You can specify "only view annotations in my preferred language". This only
                     39: affects annotations which have a language specified.
1.17      matthew    40: <li>You can decide whether or not to view annotations without any language
                     41: information specified. (At the moment, I think that Annozilla is the only Annotea client which can specify the language of annotations).
1.3       matthew    42: </ul>
1.21      rainking   43: </ul>
                     45: <h2>Annozilla Annotations Service Installation</h2>
                     46: <p>This is an experimental set of code that may see inclusion in
                     47:       Annozilla 0.5.  You would install this <b>instead</b> of 0.3.5,
1.22      rainking   48:       not concurrently with it.  It is currently tested to work 
                     49:                  with versions of Mozilla from 1.0 to 1.2.1. Phoenix
                     50:                  support is not yet included.  If you are brave of heart and don't mind a few
1.21      rainking   51:       bugs, give it a try.  It adds multiple server support, local
                     52:       server support, and enhanced icon insertion, among other things.</p>
                     53: <ul>
                     54: <li>First <a href="javascript:installPackages({'Annozilla alpha
                     55:                      test':'annozillaAlpha.xpi', 'Annotations
                     56:                      Service':'annotations.xpi', 'XPointerLib
                     57:                      0.4':''});">install the necessary packages</a>.</li>
                     58: <li>Please then <b>restart your browser</b> and return to this page to continue
                     59: installation.</li>
                     60: <li>Now go to the preferences window (Edit -&gt; Preferences -&gt;
                     61:                    Annozilla).  The Viewing Preferences will give you
                     62:                    two options for viewing annotations.  Currently,
                     63:                    you must choose to install the annozilla sidebar
                     64:                    in order for icons to be inserted.  In the future,
                     65:                    this requirement will be unnecessary.</li>
                     66: <li>Next, set up your Server Preferences.  You will need to have an account with an annotation server.
                     67: To try the W3C test server, get an account at <a
                     68:                      href=""></a> You may also download or install your own server. See <a href="">the Annotea page</a> for more information.</li>
1.23    ! rainking   69: <li>After you set your preferences, open up the sidebar (F9) and click on the Annozilla to
1.21      rainking   70:                    start viewing annotations!</li>
1.10      matthew    71: </ul>

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